3 Operator in a 3300 cluster 3 Operator in a 3300 cluster Bonker1974 (TechnicalUser) (OP) 13 Mar 19 19:52 Hi Guys, I have a issue I can't to fix. I have 3 system in a cluster with it's own operator. I need when each users in it own system dial 0 it goes to there operator. RE: 3 Operator in a 3300 cluster SXWizard (Vendor) 13 Mar 19 21:29 Use Local-only directory numbers for 0 in each cluster element. From the Help file: Local-only Directory Numbers - Description Within a cluster, you can program directory numbers that only exist in the local databases of the member elements. These local-only directory numbers allow you to assign the same extension to a service or department that is local to the site supported by a cluster element. For example, you could assign local-only extension number 1000 to the security department at each site. A local-only directory number is not listed in the Remote Directory Number forms of the cluster elements and is therefore not cluster dialable. A user on the same element can call a local-only directory number by just dialing its extension number. However, a user on a remote element cannot. To call a local-only directory number, a user on a remote element must dial the CEID digits followed by the local-only extension digits.